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A couple pose by the Continental gold dredge on the Blue River

A man and woman, probably Carl and Esther Kaiser, stand in front of a gold dredge. Signs and notices on the dredge warn "No Admittance" and "Danger No Trespassing". Handwritten caption on the front: "Gold dredge managed by Carl Kaiser 1933-1938". The Yuba dredge (renamed Continental dredge) operated on the Blue River from 1917 to 1938, when it was dismantled and moved to Fairplay, Colorado. It was the last of the nine dredges operating around Breckenridge.

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A couple take a break from skiing at Breckenridge ski area

Two skiers take a break from skiing on a ski run on Peak 8 at the Breckenridge ski area in Colorado. The man wears a striped sweater over a white turtleneck, tan ski pants and no hat. Standing upslope from him is a woman dressed in a red jacket and black ski pants. Her blonde hair is loose and covered with a light blue headband. She wears dark framed sunglasses even though the sky is overcast and cloudy.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A man at his desk in the office of the Colorado Telephone Company in Breckenridge

A man sits in a chair facing away from his desk inside the Colorado Telephone Company in Breckenridge, Colorado. Circa 1899-1920s. On the desk are books, stacks of papers, inkwells and a candlestick telephone (also known as upright desk stands). The carpeted office is also furnished with typewriter desk with a typewriter on top, a wood secretary filled with books, and a bookstand. Taxidermy, two framed "State of Colorado Certificate of Authority" documents, and a hand crank telephone (or telegraph) hang on the wallpapered wall. The company began providing service to Breckenridge in 1899.

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A man fishes while another man pans for gold outside a cabin in Illinois Gulch, east of Breckenridge

Two men outside a rustic log cabin in Illinois Gulch, east of Breckenridge, Colorado. One man fishes from a log bridge while the other man pans for gold near the cabin entrance. Smoke from the Colorado and Southern (C&S) railroad locomotive is visible on Rocky Point above. Circa early 1900s.

Westerman, Otto

A man on a snowy mountain slope near Montezuma, Colorado

A man with snowshoes or skis stops to look at the view as he hikes through the trees on a mountain slope. He wears a beret, overcoat with scarf and mittens, and pants tucked into high boots. Snowy mountain range in the background. Probably Montezuma or Peru Creek area in Summit County, Colorado.

Sayre, Robert H.

A man plays piano on stage in a restaurant in Breckenridge

A man plays piano on stage in the dimly lit lounge of a restaurant or bar in Breckenridge, Colorado. The rustic interior has hardwood floor and is clad in wood paneling. Beams run across the pitched or vaulted ceiling. A woman sits on the rustic log railing that borders the stage. In the foreground a large wooden wagon wheel leans against the wall.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A man sits at a desk in the offices of the Gold Pan Mining Company in Breckenridge

A man sits at a desk in the offices of the Gold Pan Mining Company on South Ridge Street in Breckenridge, Colorado. A half wall lined with drawers, shelving and teller windows separates the office from the public space. Hanging on the wall behind him is a row of clipboards and more file drawers, and a clock. Circa early 1900s.

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A man sits on a hill overlooking dredge piles and the town of Breckenridge

A hippie holding a rock sits on a hillside overlooking the dredge piles and the town of Breckenridge, Colorado. Looking east from Shock Hill with Bald Mountain in the background. The man has shoulder length dark hair, a full beard and mustache, and is dressed in jeans, boots and a leather sleeveless vest or tunic over a striped collared shirt.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A man sits on a hill overlooking dredge piles and the town of Breckenridge

A hippie holding a rock sits on a hillside overlooking the dredge piles and the town of Breckenridge, Colorado. Looking east from Shock Hill with Bald Mountain in the background. The man has shoulder length dark hair, a full beard and mustache, and is dressed in jeans, boots and a leather sleeveless vest or tunic over a striped collared shirt.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A man sits on a hill overlooking dredge piles and the town of Breckenridge

A hippie holding a rock sits on a hillside overlooking the dredge piles and the town of Breckenridge, Colorado. Looking east from Shock Hill with Bald Mountain in the background. The man has shoulder length dark hair, a full beard and mustache, and is dressed in jeans, boots and a leather sleeveless vest or tunic over a striped collared shirt.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A man sits on a hill overlooking dredge piles and the town of Breckenridge at sunset

A hippie holding a rock sits on a hillside overlooking the dredge piles and the town of Breckenridge, Colorado. At sunset, looking east from Shock Hill with Bald Mountain in the background. The man has shoulder length dark hair, a full beard and mustache, and is dressed in jeans, boots and a leather sleeveless vest or tunic over a striped collared shirt.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A skier at Arapahoe Basin ski area in Colorado

Postcard, "Colorado Photography" by John Topolnicki. Scalloped edges. Caption on the reverse includes the four (4) b's Breckenridge logo: "Arapahoe Basin; Colorful Colorado; 68 miles west of Denver - US-6 Off I-70; 11 miles east of Dillon and I-70 Interchange" and "Sun, fun and powder snow. One of Ski Country's major ski areas. Spring snow conditions are best in late April and May. Undulating open slopes above timberline - protected from the prevailing west winds by a natural bowl and steep west wall."

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

A woman unrolls a scroll in a restaurant in Breckenridge

From her seat at a table in a dimly lit restaurant in Breckenridge, Colorado, a woman unrolls scroll with a handwritten menu beginning with the words: "The Ullr [?] of this Kingdom of Breckenridge..." The menu lists a selection of dishes, including soup du jour (soup of the day), beef tenderloin, king crab legs, and more. Probably a special dinner offer in celebration of Breckenridge's Ullr Dag Winter Festival. The man on her left looks over her shoulder, and the couple across the table listen as she reads the document aloud.

Topolnicki Sr., John A.

Actors pose on stage at the G.A.R. Hall in Breckenridge

Actors pose on stage after the performance held April 11-12, 1913 at the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Hall in Breckenridge, Colorado. Back row, from left to right: Harry Evans, Director; [unidentified]; Laura Paris; [unidentified]; "Mrs. Jones"; Charles Burnheimer; Rose Cummings; [unidentified]; William Briggle. Middle row: Craig Bouton; Agnes Roby. Front row, sitting: Zoe (Gore) Perrin; [unidentified].

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